Blackberry Leap is the current and latest Blackberry smartphone which features a 5-inch screen display, 720 touchscreeen with a bog-like standard rectangular shape. The main objective of Blackberry Leap is to target the young career builders who doesn’t really need some expensive device and who are business focus entrepreneurship.
Blackberry Leap screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 and proudly powered by 1.5GHz dual core-Qualcomm Snapdragon S4MSM8960 chipset. The device runs on 2GB RAM and internal storage of 16GB with an expandable microSD up to 128GB.
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The device features 8MP and 2MP rear and front camera respectively. It has the ability to record 1080 videos at 30fps with a digital zoom-able feature of 5x. The battery capacity of Blackberry Leap is 2800 mAh which can withstand a massive usage up to 25 hours according to Blackberry
Blackberry Leap which was released on the month of April runs on Blackberry 10.3.1 OS and it does tweak the look and brings about improvement in the device multi-tasking feature and background management of the device app. Whether Blackberry Leap runs Android app like Blackberry 10 still remain vague.
One noticeable feature of Blackberry Leap is the change in the device keyboard and the device support various languages alongside with typo error correction which invariably works just like some other smartphones keyboard. The Blackberry Leap does not have virtual keyboard and that means that the whole 5-inch screen can be accessible while typing or reading at any point in time and the device goes for about $340 in US.
Blackberry Leap is not currently available in Nigeria and when made available, the device of the Leap should falls between 60, 000-65, 000 depending on the store you buying from.